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All The Blood We Share : The dark and gripping new historical crime based on a twisted true story, Paperback / softback Book

All The Blood We Share : The dark and gripping new historical crime based on a twisted true story Paperback / softback

Paperback / softback

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Discover the darkly addictive new historical crime based on a twisted true story, from the author of Triflers Need Not Apply'Creepy and compelling' THE TIMES CRIME CLUB'Atmospheric and addictive' CRIME MONTHLY'Sinister.

A pulse-pounding read' WOMAN & HOME'A mixture of black humour and psychological insight' SUNDAY TIMES, 'Best Historical Fiction Books of 2023'__________Blood is thicker than water . . . and murder is best kept in the family__________Kate Bender has killed before. She has felt the warm trickle of a man's blood. Known what it is like to hold his life in her hands.

But that is in the past. Laying low in a new town, she vows to change. When she gains the locals' trust as an esteemed medium, a life closer to virtue finally seems within reach. But can Kate deny her lingering urges?For while the town praise her promising work, she is drawn to darker business behind closed doors . . . __________'I was absolutely captivated. Chilling, terrifying, utterly addictive, All the Blood We Share is a beautifully written, spellbinding read for 2023' KAREN COLES, author of The AsylumPraise for Camilla Bruce'Extraordinary' The Times'Dark glee and tragedy - you'll gobble this up' Laura Purcell'An amazing book, riveting, heart-breaking and intense.

I couldn't put it down' My Favourite Murder Podcast

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